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    Isn't it kind of disheartening when you fill out an online address and it forces you put it in "Washington" for CITY (historically accurate) and "DC" for STATE?
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    New Orleans, LA

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  1. This saddens me so- we were regulars since they been open many many moons ago, Sunday nights at the bar was always a joy, filled as it was with all of DC’s (restaurant) finest; hell one of the staff babysat my older brother way back when... Also- Don: what’s a basement? We don’t have these; lastly, Katrina: not a competition, just a thought
  2. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Say hi next time 😎
  3. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    There are few things better in life than 6# from Schaefer and Rusich, consumed with a 6 pack of Covington strawberry on the shores of the lake
  4. frogprince

    Dining at Airports

    Seconded this recommendation wholeheartedly! The cochinita pibil, chicken tortilla soup and mango agua fresca (add tequila) were lifesavers for us after a weekend of Beard Awards tomfoolery, made the trip back home all the more merrier (and less nauseating)
  5. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Get the crab and corn callelloni and thank me later
  6. frogprince

    West Virginia

    Tudor’s is a tremendous, fast food treasure- my family is from down south in Mercer county and there are only ever 3 restaurant stops we make in Princeton: Cracker Barrel Outback and Tudor’s Biscuit World if I could make biscuits as good as Popeye’s then I would die a happy man; if I could make Biscuits as good as Tudor’s, I would be, at the least, a minor deity
  7. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Yes, yes and yes!!!! Clancy's is probably my favorite joint
  8. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Lunch st Galatoire's is a must- I vastly prefer Arnaud's to Antoine's but that is just me being me
  9. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Crawfish will be in full swing then so you should definitely hit up Bevi in midcity, Harbor out by the airport (always my first stop when coming back home), Clesi's, also in midcity, should be done with renovations by then - all have excellent crawfish and are close enough to get to easily For lunch/afternoon Cochon Butcher has excellent sandwiches though is always packed Pho Tau Bay has the best Vietnamese if you don't want to trek out to New Orleans East or the Westbank- it's across the street from Charity Hospital on Tulane Marjie's Grill on Broad by the courthouse is a rad place to jam (yes the owners are dear friends of mine but the food is dat damn good) Finally, shameless self promotion: go to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art to see my wife then sit on the patio at Herbsaint and watch the streetcar roll by and the sazeracs flow... ⚜️
  10. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Happy Mardi Gras y'all!!!!!!!!!!
  11. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Happy Bacchus Sunday y'all!!! 🍾
  12. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    Dat's an itinerary dere chere!
  13. frogprince

    New Orleans, LA

    How was it!?! Every year, I'm always surprised how good Rouses' Crawfish are..
  14. frogprince

    Upstate South Carolina

    Duke's BBQ in Aiken. That's all that needs to be said